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2017 Western Kansas Scholastic Art Awards

2017 Western Kansas Scholastic Art Awards
Baker Arts Center, Liberal, KS

Exhibition Dates: Tuesday, January 24, 2017 through February 26, 2017. Closed Mondays
Awards Ceremony Date: Sunday, February 26, 2017

The Western Kansas Scholastic Art Awards was established in 1995
and it serves the western third of Kansas. The show rotates exhibition
sites each year with The Baker Arts Center, Liberal, and Stauth Memorial
Museum, Montezuma.

There are two divisions, one for the junior high and one for the high                                                             
school. There are five pieces awarded as American Vision and are
considered to be the best of the entire show. A percentage of entries
are awarded as Gold Key winners and will be judged at the national
level. The Silver Key awards are next in placement, followed by a
percentage of Honorable Mention.

This year I entered 15 junior high pieces and 20 high school pieces.
Cimarron has 24 art pieces represented in the show.


Gold Key honors:    
Macy Fugitt, painting, 8th grade
Lexy Yungco, pencil, 8th grade
Karen Perez, painting, 12th grade
Silver Key honors:
Cole Bertelsen, color pencil, 8th grade
Cole Bertelsen, Ink (marker), 8th grade
Macy Fugitt, pencil, 8th grade
Koda King, painting, 7th grade
Kyra Palmer, pencil, 8th grade
Rian Unruh, drawing, 7th grade
Lexy Yungco, painting, 8th grade
Kaitlynn Dyke, pencil, 10th grade
Justin Fugitt, pencil, 10th grade
Honorable Mention:
AnaKaren Banda, pencil, & painting, 8th grade;
Courtney Clinesmith, painting, 8th grade;
Mariah Dechant, color pencil, & pencil, 8th grade
Rian Unruh, painting, 7th grade
Emil Berry, charcoal, 12th grade
Kaitlynn Dyke, charcoal, & pen and ink, 10th grade
Brinn Peters, charcoal, 10th grade
Garet Walker, pencil, & pen and ink, 10th grade




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